“The course is excellent, motivational and inspiring. It was good to see different approaches, new ways to do UX design and it’s given me lots of new ideas and skills to take back to the training room.”

Ronnie McGibbon, Designer UX/UI

“It was a major influence in me landing my UX Designer contract at Bupa and then at AMP. Moved my UX career to the next level.”

User Experience Designer, Jamie Treyvaud

“Thanks to this course, I’m now in a senior UX role and finally getting that six figure salary I’ve always wanted.”

(Fronteir Software) Head of User Experience Design, Drew Roller

“This course solidified my passion for User Experience. In 3 months I was getting real experience. In 6 months I landed my first permanent role.”

(NAB) NAB One UX, Senior Analyst

“The course helped me to land my first UX role. I love what I do and I work on new, exciting, innovative projects.”

(CrownBet) User Experience Designer, Stefan Jayawardana

The path to success

Other newbies just like you have used this course to become a UX professional. We've distilled this course down to what works.

Here's what you get...

Step #1

The fundamentals

User Experience (UX) is many things to many people, depending on where they've come from. It’s massively subjective. This foundation module includes an incredible amount of content and sets the scene for the modules to come.

Step #2

Mixing design into delivery

Agile provides a framework to help a cross-functional teams work together. Design thinking ensures we're designing it right. In this module we showcase the agile process and show you how to integrate design into it.

Step #3

Research methods

A huge part of UX is knowing what the customer wants. We'll work our way through six of the most commonly used UX research techniques: Affinity diagrams, Heuristic evaluation, Interviews, Card sorting, User journeys and Personas and show you how each provides value to the process.

Step #4

Design best practice

Heuristics and best practice are constantly evolving. I’ll give you the latest thinking, but also encourage you to list your own rules and principles in a way that makes sense to you. Your list should evolve as UX, your business and your customers evolve.

Step #5

Design tools

Sketching is a quick and simple way to make your first design steps. If you can draw a circle, square, triangle and line, then you can sketch! Once you've decided on a design direction, we’ll move to design tools that’ll make you look like a pro.

Step #6

The workshop

Now I'm sure there are a million versions of UX out there in business. Every place I've worked has had its own flavour, and so do I! Steal my process, then change it to suit your business and make it your own.


Bernard Schokman
Founder, UX Moshpit

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